How to Make a Planter From a Vintage Bar Caddy
If you're anything like me, you have more projects pinned than you have days left on this planet. Slowly but surely, though, I'm trying to craft my way through my favorites. The cover of my Green Thumb Pinterest board is a selection of succulents planted in a vintage bar caddy. As luck would have it, I happened to have a vintage bar caddy of my own. And I have not been hosting any cocktail parties recently -- and have been holding on to this bar set since college -- so, it's destined to be. No time like the present to start tackling one of my favorite pinned projects!
I’m a sucker for succulents. Anything that can give my home more of that Palm Springs feel? I am on board. These little low-maintenance beauties seemed like the perfect option for my new planter. Remember, you can plant succulents in any glass or mug -- or even a champagne flute. So if you don't find a vintage caddy, rummage through your cabinets or hit the thrift store to find something that calls your name.